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UR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS ARE DOING ,, ~ ir i r W. F. Morrison[drcw and children drove to and Walls visitor:~ in Colfax la.~tI Wails Saturday evening to be pres- | font at the funeral Mr. Sisk was a v .......... ,~.^~lpioneer of Whitman county, having ,Pi~ 'at ;:tILa~::?::t~31 lived for man,- years on a farm neax Endicott. on business. Dr. and Mrs. J. hi. Risley and thai- left for Bovill spend the 'week with dren will motor to Cheney Saturday kane the latter part of last week, in d e a to attend the May day festivities at t th an fri nds at th, t ~ . ~attendance a e funeral of a Mrs the state normal, where their dang)-' .. ......... ............ ~luorgan, a irlenu el the ~,-arnswortn er 2*LISB Elieen is attenalng scnoot. ,~ .... " ...... l family, who had died as the result tnroop WBO )as Deed . . = ho~,nienn nnvpnutr~or,' ..... t .%it. and Mrs. Charles Gritman of[of an off explosion The lady usin,, hr'^ "'-~=-sU'---'-~'---":-i~---'-t Pendletn',= w~,m )s recovern~ Oregon, were guest.~I It to kindle a fire in the range when {Thursday of Mr. and Airs. H. L. Grlt-[ the explosion occurred, throwing the l ! ~,~ )man in this oily. They were travel-[burning oil over her. ,firs. Matt Johnson andlin~ by automobile and were enroutei sirs. I. B. Doolittie, of Col-lto'their home from Moscow t M. D. McPherson. cashier of the on Palouse friends Sun-; ...... . : . ~Sccurity State bank drove to Spo- ts Lloyd Miller this week nouglat a~. ... ' _ . _ --" . . I Kane trim morning to oe present ac .... ] handsome Chandler six cHummy roan-j ..... > ....... "'~ :~label Mnr~a,~ ~'l~r~ .... l tne meeting of group ~ oI tne ~asn- _ ster, wh2ch ,s a decmealy attractlv .......... 1 Durothy Isreal, students ..... i fa'- r - . . {Augton State BanKers" a.ssoclation _ "fear r~e ann ns tee nave just~ ............... :" accomnanied Miss Vivian ....... wmcn win De nets in that city ~at- - ..... l completes a mouern lOUOle garage on [e for the week-end. urday, tie will be accompanied home LStlPerintendent S.F. their property in the north part of by J P. Duke, state bank commas- Shin- to%n. 'siGner, who will spend Sunday with m ~rs. ShinkleafternoondrOVeandUPcalled Ifrm] j. H. Fairchild was brought home his family at this place. i l-nd~:y ednesda.v from the hospital at w r,,. ,. A ,llis ,n,, othe.! (:ar,ield, where he bad been takin, l atboriue Andrews r+turned |Is '~treatment for the past two weeks, l, la,~t week from Montana, where she pSSionary society of the)His condition is such that he is con-] had spent several weeks. While [Presbyterian church willlfined to his bed. He is afflictedlthere she visited at the home of Mr [aesday, May 1Sth, at 2:30,i principally with rheumatism. !on(t Mrs. Andrew Anderson, former [me of Mrs. C. L. Pemberton,( Mr and Mrs Iohn Kendall weretPaluse residents, at Plains. Mrs. [/~ Street. 'tin P~louse +for' '=veral hours laslJAndrews owns farm land near Plains d Mrs I A Ha ton el , which she was compelled to ttkeon a I~d ' :" .... "Y ?il~'iday, on their way to their homel f+, " ' "" It+ere among those from in Spokane, after a business trip tolmrtgage some time ago, and mode |~e c,ty who attended the t/otlutch Mr and Mrs Kendall are+the trip to look after this. ) nlred'the late +re+. M. ~: +each ~+,,,+ the proudgrandparents of a boy, i Mrs W I,' Morrison entertained ce Monday. r~)eent])' born to iMP and Mrs Homer l[att - - .... ..... t some 10 little people at the Mortises I[: $3frs Amos, James h:i,ve I~endall, l liome on Alder mtreet Saturday after- lILy L Grit~an home o+ i,:~t," an,I Mr~ R ~,. Smith loft[noon in honor o+ .~taster Geor+e Mer- lin% where they expect to Nionday for Seattle, where they will[riP, on' the occasion being his seventh summer, having dispo~ed] attend the annual northwest Rexall}blrthday anniversary. The little peo- I Le sm~m Interests lu the up-river dis-l convention, at which all the Rexall pie enjoyed games and music until !ldrug stores of the northwestern dinner time, when they were served -'[-d ,~frs. Ed Anderson and states will be represented. They ex- with a sumptuous dinner. The favors t ~ d:rson, of Clarkston and R. poet to return home the latter part of wore toy balloons, which afforded the of Lewiston, all formerI the week. | [ residents of Palouse, drover' Thee. Luesing. who will succeed children no end of fun. Master George was the recipient of s number | ~ay to attend the funeral o!tfis brother, H A. Luesing, in the of remembrances. I !Mrs" M.E. Beach. : shoe business in Palouse, informs The .... J]Sisk, the falher, of Mrs. J. O Republic that his repair shop, in the The exhibition work in the manual I It this place, 'died at Red- new location, in the Shields block, is training and domestic science de- [,Pegn, Thursday, May 5, and ! already drawing a good business and i partments of the Palouse high school ~ d at W'alla Walls the fol-that he expects to have part of his has been deferred until Wednesday |' outlay. Mr. and Mrs. An- stock of shoes in by next week. at'tempo), of next week, instead of Friday of this week as was announc- ' ed, it being found impossible to pre- pare the exhibit for the earlier date The work will be displayed in the domestic science building and all patrons of the school and other~ in- terested, are invited to cali during t he aft ernoon. eeee~eeeeeeeee AMONG TKE CHURCHES 4~ @4,44~44~4~4~4,4@4,@44~: Watching It Grow .Services on the second Sunday of every month at 12"15 p. m., and on the fifth Sunday at 9 a.m. Everyone welcome. CARL PHILIPP, Pastor 1~o satisfaction is quite so complete as that which The Baptist Church comes from opening an account here and watching Sunday school S0 a. m., preaching your savings acclunulate. :~ervice at 11 a, m. Subject of ser- mon "Christ in the Trenches." A. re- Even if the first deposit is but a d~llar, satisfactian , markable testimony written by a sol- idler found dead, will be read at the accompanies it. Interest is compounded regularly and conclusion of the sermon. Come and hear it, it is worth bearing. B.Y.P. added to your balance. No effort or notification from U. at 6:30. Last lecture on Revela- you iS necessary. "It jUS+. grows.'" t ion at 3 p. m. Union ~ervice at the Christian church, when the bacca- laureate sermon will be preached. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:45 p.m Farmers National Bank ' Last Leoture on Revelation. t At the Baptist church at 3 p m. ~ PhLOUSF,, WASHINGTON i Thts lecture will be on the New Earth 1 d ni,andlthe NeWman.Heaven; or the final lest" "es of TheBible teaches ]that there will be three classes of !men. 1. The saved, or Gods chil- dren. 2. The lost, or followers of satin. 3. The greatest class of all,I I called the nations. Come .'rod find: out who are the nationS. ! eeds! Seeds[ Seeds! l II I I I I II I i ji I I i I I I i ~LD AND GARDEN SEDDS IN BULK OR PAC~G-E~ PRICE8 RIGHT. To cut the high cost of living, we have put in some straight grade flour made by the l~louse Milling Comlmay. $1.50 per sack and $6.00 per barrel.. Remember thi~ is not the Sunbeam brand, but is a good out-off flour, and cheap, .... 0~e s~ck or one carliad the same price. M31! feed, rolled oats, barley and poult~ supplies always ~a hand, Timothy and alfalfa hay. Orders taken now for grain bags and binding twine-- Price, guaranteed A.J. Webster Company Grain, Feed, Flour. PALOUS~ POTIATCH ~'--:"' [ If I 111 ]II~` I I II I I I J II I I Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Anderson of l the Bell theatre drove to Spokane Tuesday, returning Wednesday, While there they completed arrange- ments to secure the famous serial drama, "The Diamond Queen," which will be shown at the Bell, he- ginning next Wednesday evening. and continuing for 18 weeks. Mrs. C. H. Farnsworth was in Spo- FOR SALE--Standard sewing ms- i chine, with all attachments, in good ] i condition, for sale cheap. Enquire Iof Mr, Dixon at Model Cafe. I: room cottage, near Main street. [ :Enquire Of Mrs., Katherine Andrews, I[Palouse. ll~,~5--~-~L--~+,~ii- electric range, I I practically new.--T C. WalloP. I IFOR SALE--Good fresh cow for sale. "Enquire of Charles Tweltmeyer, R F. D. 4, Falouse. 9-2t HOME GROWN WHEAT FLOUR manufactured out of Marquis, Club FOR RENT---Light housekeeping rooms~See Mrs. B. F. Howell 9-4t or by day.--Mrs. M. R. Thompson, Church street. MONEY TO LOAN on improved Pa- louse farms.~lnland Empire Secu- rities Co., Old National Bank Bldg. Spokane, Wash. DRESSMAKING--dressmaking done by Mrs. Gee. M. Carey, corner J and Maxwell streets. 36 J I. CASE MACHINERY~Travis & Sterner, agents for J. L Case Ma- chinery company. Tractors, road ma- chinery, threshing machines, plows and belting.~Address Potlatch, :Idaho bIEMSTYI'CHIN() DONE at Davids' Department Store, Moscow. Mail orders given prompt attent|on. 5-t4 Tweitmeyer. R. F. D, 4, Palouse. 9-2t ratin~ ~) tramway. Prefer man who can purcha:~e a one-fourth ill+ terets in tl';tntWzt)'. Write or see John Nisbet. Moscow, Idaho. 7-3t IA)ST---On~ Goodrich cord nobby tread tire, 36x4~fi. Inflated in rim, with black tire covering on outside. Is believed to have been lost between Palousu and Rosalia. Suitable re- ward will be paid for information concerning tire. Write G. Z, ]ekes, Pa louse, Wash. CEORGE XV. CLOUSE, Optician, TiP, again visit Palouse Monday and Tues- iue day, May 16 and 17, and may be found at Hotel Palouse. He will ex- amine your eyes without charge and fit them to )'our perfect satisfaction if you need glasses or new lenses in your frames, it will pay you to see him. All work guaranteed. NOTICE---All persons indebted to the former "Jack o'Lantern" confec- tionery or P. H. Staffelbach, kindly remit at once to the latter at 5126 1st street, Chaco, California.~P. H. Staffelbaeh. 6-4t FOR SALE~Five passenger Ford for sale at a bargain. Good tires and in fine run- ning condition. You will have to hurry, as the price is $15 O, 0 0.--Palouse Garage .'.~. % ~ .~ .'..:. -'. ~. ~ ~. .~, -~. % .~ .~ ,~ ..x- % -: A TRADE WORTH WHILE :o -;.:- Three Good Properties in .,'" -:-: Spokane for Farm Land. -:.'- " A three-story brick apart- :.+ ment--22 apartments, close -,-: in on South Side. Fully -:~ ~. modern and always rented. :h * Sit down and draw your .X- money every month. :it pays .~ '- with no hat4 work con- -~ .- nected therewith Price .X- :" ~40,000. ,:+ ".'+;" Ah;o ~n lg room double ~- ~c- house on South Side. Paved ! :" street. Modern. Rented at .: ~- $100.00 per month at a price of $1000(}. :h ' .;9 Y- Also 2 good lots close in, -'.~ .X- on Rockwood Boulevard. ,X- ~ine view. Surrounded by .X- "~- high class house.~. The ".~ best in the city and will -X. .Y.- meet the demamls of the * ~+ most exacting. Price $5000 ~. .X- :- Will trade the above ($55,- -~ 000 in value) subject to -: -Y: ~20.000.00 indeb(.~dness, :- for Palouse land, and will :," -.':- :tssu)ne like amount if nee~ -'~ ~- esary. Submit any good ~{- ~:- trade for the above. -X- ~.- TttE FRED B. GRINNELL .X. COMPANY -'~. '." ~15 Oht National B'mk Bldg. ..' :+ Main 6022. and Forty Fold wheat, pre war prlce, l ~POKA,NE'S $i:50 per sack, $6.00 per barrel--I Vl[]RGIN WOOL ~ P~iouse Milling Company. I ~o'r][/IER &-"! AILO R LO+'r'---Somewhere"in l~alouse, elther[ & Ifltlsnt : on street or in Bell theatre, it isI ) believed, a pin with diamond set,1 ~ 8ringltBac Alllli t company store and receive reward. WHEAT HAS ADVANCED from .85 cents to $1.13 per bushel, but we have not raised the price of home grown wheat flour. $1.50 per sack, ~.~D lby Co. $6.00 per barrel.~Palouse Milling O Company. ~O_ llg&I~Ig Report of Condition of SECURITY STATE BANK Palouse, Washington AL the C;ose of Business April 2g, 1921. RESOURCES Cash on hand and in banks .......... $ 78,408.94 Loav.s ........................... 338,766.25 Overdrafts ........................ 34.97 U. S. Bond~ (par value $16,250.00) .... 14,875.28 Other bonds and Whitman Co school war- rants .......................... 11,268.40 Guaranty fund ..................... 2,646.96 Real estate, furniture and fixtures .... 23,781.27 Other resources .................... 3.94 Total ...................... $469,786.01 LIABILITIES Cal)ital ........................... $ 60,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits .........15,648,91 Deposits ........................... 394,137.19 Total ...................... $46R,786.01 Thi~ bank has no liabilities for borrowed money or rediscounts. SECURITY ~TATE BANK H I I I II[lI I II Johnston's 25 Squirrel Poison I I II iii II II i1|1 I ~ I I Contains more poison to the pound of grain+than any other poison made Cents the Pound Special Price in Larger Quantities I II u III II I II II I IIII I Palouse Pharmacy The l~exall Store CCODDING TO OUD PLkN5 AND M$,T[91kL LIST. TH[ 3[RVlC! Of AH EIP[DT HOUri . BLIILIRD TO 6ET RI6HT POTLATCH LUMB[ "You Save Money" says the Good Judge ( And get more genuine chew- ing satisfaction, when you use this class of tobacco. This is because the full, rich, real tobacco taste lasts so long, you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often. And a small chew gives more real satisfaction than a big chew of the ordinary kind ever did. A.ny man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put u~ in two styles W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco